You know, a lot of us have kind of started just shaking our heads and laughing casually about topless pictures showing up, which is probably a relief for anyone who has nightmares about ex-boyfriends posting their private photos online. We seem to have embraced the fact that, under their clothes, everyone is naked right now. And sometimes things happen, like paparazzi taking pictures of you when you’re sunbathing in a remote house while on vacation in France (where topless sunbathing is pretty common). You know, like what just happened to Kate Middleton. When that happens, most of us just either shrug or say “wow, paparazzi are really invasive.” Not actress Emma Roberts! She tweets:
WHAT ABOUT A BATH, EMMA ROBERTS? MUST SHE WEAR A MUMU IN THE BATHTUB?
Honestly, I think in this day and age we realize that being a royal does not magically transform you into a paragon of virtue. But then, truth be told, it never did. Paparazzi just didn’t have such good cameras in the 16th century.
This is obviously an unfortunate event for the Royal family – especially following so close on Harry’s nude heels (and other body parts) – but it really doesn’t seem like Kate was running through the streets throwing her exposed breasts around for Mardi Gras beads. There actually is an expectation that you can go topless outside two separate rooms.
Suffice to say, I LOVE Emma Robert, but I think she shouldn’t be judgmental about paparazzi shots except in tree-houses and the Pirates of the Caribbean Ride at Disneyland. Those two places. I’m off to run naked through the streets now.